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by Rothschild, Hester
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The following pages are translated and adapted from Prières d’un Cœur Israelite published by the “Société Consistoriale de Bons Livres” (Jonas Ennery, 1848). This Second Edition of אמרי לב Prayers and Meditations (1859) has been carefully revised and corrected; there are some additions and many improvements.
Topics: Jewish prayer, Jewish liturgy, tkhines
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A Jewish prayer book (Siddur) with an English translation provided in a linear format.
Topics: Jewish, Prayer Book, Siddur, Jewish Prayer, Linear Translation
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by Rosenkranz and Schriftsetzer
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A collection of tkhines (Hebrew: techinot; Yiddish vernacular prayers) written for Jewish women's prayer. 
Topics: tkhines, Jewish women's prayer, Yiddish vernacular prayer
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by Ιωσήφ Ναχαμούλης (Yosef Naḥmuli, 1821-1886)
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[ Prayer order as customary in the Sephardic communities , translated into Greek by Yosef ben Shlomo Nachmuli. Corfu, 1885. Yosef Nachmuli printer]. This is the only Siddur ever printed with a Greek translation. This siddur is being actively transcribed on Greek Wikisource  and Hebrew Wikisource .
Topics: Jewish Prayerbooks, Jews of Greece, Sepharadi-Greek Jewry
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by Petuchowski, Jakob
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This prayer-leaflet is primarily intended for a group of Hebrew Union College students who meet every sabbath afternoon for extra-curricular (noncredit) Torah study. It is fitting, therefore, that their weekly gatherings should begin with the Sabbath Minḥah Service; and it was for that purpose that this leaflet was compiled. The service is conducted entirely in Hebrew and in the traditional   nusaḥ . We have omitted only the various repetitions as well as the prayer for the restoration of...
Topics: Jewish prayer, Sabbath
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The prayer book of Rabbi Benjamin Szold translated by Rabbi Marcus Jastrow from the original German, for congregations in the United States. Originally printed in one volume, the 1885 printing split its contents into two volumes. This, the first volume, contains the liturgy for Shabbat and Festivals and the weekday prayers. A second book in English, Songs and Prayers and Meditations, appended to this edition, is being uploaded separately.
Topics: Jewish Prayer, Siddur, Jewish Prayerbooks
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A Jewish prayer book containing traditional prayers and supplications translated into French.
Topics: Jewish liturgy, Jewish prayer, French Jewry
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by Wiesenthal, Rallis
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"An authentic siddur of Ashkenazic holy congregations without the changes made by later grammarians and maskilim,"  according to Rabbi Rallis Wiesenthal, its compiler. An editable edition of this work is available online from the Open Siddur Project under a copyleft license. First published in 2010, the siddur has been continually improved for years. This edition reflects the most recent edits.
Topics: Jewish prayerbooks, Ashkenaz
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by www.DiscoverSikhism.com
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The author has done a great task in translating various verses and prayers from the Guru Granth Sahib, the holy book of the Sikhs. Her modern day translation provide a deep insight and sheds light. Visit our library at www.http://www.discoversikhism.com/sikh_library/english.html
Topics: sikh, sikhism
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Arthur Earnest Cowley's transcription of a 13th or 14th century manuscript of an Israelite-Samaritan defter held in the Vatican library (V 3. Ff. 193, vellum, sm. 4to.). The complete image of this work is already on the Internet Archive thanks to the University of Toronto, although the pagination is backward due to the work being printed right-to-left rather than left-to-right. We have corrected the PDF and uploaded it here with improved pagination
Topics: Liturgies, Samaritan, Samaritan language and literature
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A Jewish prayer book (Siddur) in the Sepharadic tradition, translated into Romanian with commentary by Avraham Shlomo Gold. Details: While I cannot date the siddur with absolute certainty (no year was published on the title page or its verso), based on the prayer of the government for Ferdinand I and Maria (on p.228-229) I can narrow the date of publication to the period between 1914, when Ferdinand inherited kingship over Romania, and 1927, when he died. Because Ferdinand's official coronation...
Topics: Jewish prayer, Jewish prayerbooks, Romanian Jewry, prayer book, Romania, Jewish, Sepharadi
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by De Sola Pool, David
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Rabbi David De Sola Pool's prayer book witnessing the nusaḥ (liturgical custom) of Spanish-Portuguese (Sepharadi) Jewry at K.K. Shearith Israel in New York.
Topics: Judaism, prayerbook, prayer, sepharadi
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by Rödelheim
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An arrangement of teḥinot (supplications) and bakashot (petitions) in the Yiddish vernacular published by the esteemed Roedelheim publishing house in 1864.
Topics: Jewish prayer, Yiddish, Tkhines literature, Womens Prayer
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by Varady, Aharon Nissan
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Siddur Livnat HaSapir l'Kabbalat Shabbat is a complete prayerbook ( siddur ) for welcoming the Shabbat on nearly all Friday evenings. This is the personal prayerbook of Aharon Varady , containing his idiosyncratic preferences in liturgical custom and aesthetic presentation. Native source files for this Open Content licensed siddur available on github . Print copies available from Dimus Parrhesia Press .
Topics: Jewish prayer, Jewish prayerbooks, Friday Night, Shabbat
University of Toronto - Robarts Library
by Siddur; Amram ben Sheshna, d. ca. 875; Frumkin, Aryeh Leib, 1845-1916
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by Tehinnot. 1878
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by Joint Commission of the Rabbinical Assembly and United Synagogue of America
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Seder Tefilot Yisrael   (Sabbath and Festival Prayer Book, 1946) is a siddur prepared by a Joint Commission of the Rabbinical Assembly and United Synagogue of America, chaired by Rabbi Robert Gordis (1908-1992), and based on the manuscript of Rabbi Morris Silverman (1894-1972). Published by the Rabbinical Assembly and the United Synagogue of America under joint copyright, this work is in the Public Domain in the United States due to the lack of copyright renewal (a required condition for...
Topics: Jewish Prayer, Conservative Movement
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by The Cantors Assembly of America
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A benscher for offering blessings, prayer, and song after meals produced as an extract from Paltiel (Phillip) Birnbaum's Ha-Siddur Ha-Shalem (1948) supplemented by musical notation by Moshe Nathanson. Published by Hebrew Publishing Company for the Cantors Assembly of America in 1954.
Topics: Jewish prayer, benscher, birkat hamazon
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by Hedegard, David
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The order of Jewish prayer by R' Amram Gaon (circa 9th century). Doctoral dissertation by David Hedegård (1891-1971) submitted to A.-B. Ph. Lindstedts Universitets-Bokhandel ( Lund, 1951 ) containing the Hebrew text with critical apparatus, an English translation with notes and introduction.
Topics: Jewish Prayer, Jewish liturgy, siddur
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A Jewish prayerbook ( siddur ) for weekdays and festivals arranged by Rabbi Ben Zion Bokser (1907-1984) according to the custom of Ashkenaz. Originally published in 1957, this siddur ( Ha-Siddur ) is complemented by Rabbi Bokser's prayerbook (maḥzor) for Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippurim, Ha-Maḥzor , published two years later. The siddur imaged here is the revised edition published in 1961. This work is in the Public Domain in the United States due to the lack of copyright renewal, by the...
Topics: Jewish prayer, Jewish prayerbooks, Ashkenaz
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by Goldin, Hyman E.
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A manual to assist rabbis in their execution of ritual and ceremony by Rabbi Hyman E. Goldin (1881-1972). This work is in the Public Domain due to the lack of a copyright renewal by the copyright holder listed in the copyright notice (required for works published in the United States between 1923 and 1963).
Topics: Jewish ritual, Jewish ceremony, Jewish prayer
Harvard Library Judaica Division
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by Farḥi, Hillel
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A Jewish prayer book (Siddur) in the Sepharadi tradition and Egyptian custom in Hebrew with Arabic translation by Hillel Farḥi.
Topics: Jewish prayer, Judaism, Sepharadi, Egypt, siddur
Includes commentary, Shaare Tsiyon
Topics: Teinnot, Judaism, Jewish women
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A prayer book ( maḥzor ) for the Jewish penitential holy days of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, translated and arranged by Rabbi Ben Zion Bokser (1907-1984). Originally published in 1959, this maḥzoris complemented by Rabbi Bokser's prayerbook for weekdays, Shabbat, and festivals,  Ha-S iddur , published two years earlier. This work is in the Public Domain in the United States due to the lack of copyright renewal, by the copyright owner provided in the copyright notice (a required condition...
Topics: Jewish prayer, Jewish prayerbooks, Conservative Judaism, Jewish prayer, prayerbook, Rosh Hashanah,...
Harvard Library Judaica Division
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In Yiddish
Topics: Tehinnot, Judaism, Jewish women
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by Birnbaum, Philip "Paltiel"
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A complete prayer book (siddur) for weekdays, Shabbat, and festivals, translated and annotated with an introduction by Paltiel (Philip) Birnbaum (1904-1988) according to the nusaḥ (liturgical custom) of Ashkenaz.
Topics: Jewish prayer, prayer book, Ashkenaz
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by Jewish Reconstructionist Foundation
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Rabbi Mordecai Kaplan's prayerbook for the nascent Reconstructionist Jewish movement in North America, published by the Jewish Reconstructionist Foundation in 1945. This digital edition is cross-posted to  the Open Siddur Project .
Topics: Jewish liturgy, Reconstructionist, prayerbook